About Us

Inspiring people to live meaningful Jewish lives!

Welcome Message from Rabbi Lisa Hochberg-Miller & President Nancy Marcus

Rabbi Lisa Hochberg-Miller Portrait

Why do we join a synagogue community? First, because we believe it will enrich us Jewishly, and secondly, because we believe that the synagogue is essential for Judaism to thrive.

We are proud that Temple Beth Torah is a place to help motivate people along in their Jewish journey; to help you grow from where you are to where you want to be. For some, that may mean conversion to Judaism. For others, it is learning how to raise Jewish children, and acquire Jewish customs to enrich one’s home life. For others, it is about increasing their Jewish knowledge. For many others, it is about adding a spiritual dimension to bring balance to their busy professional and personal life. What you will find at Temple Beth Torah is a warm, down-to-earth congregation. We are egalitarian, welcoming to Jews of color and LGBTQ Jews. We are Reform in ideology and practice.

As a congregation of 300 families, we feel blessed that we are large enough to have a Director of Education and Operations, a Cantorial Soloist, a Pre-School Director, and Torah School coordinator who creates our Family Programs, all of whom are our partners in this sacred work. We feel grateful that we are small enough that every Bar/Bat Mitzvah is special, every baby-naming unique, every life cycle experience an opportunity for us to connect at life’s most transcendent moments. Please know that the doors of Temple Beth Torah are always open to you, and we would be delighted to welcome you into this Jewish community.